We teamed up with the U of O athletic department and Sports Management Program to upcycle a collection of exclusive fan gear from authentic athletic uniforms.
Many of the items we create from excess leather come from factories we work with overseas. The sizes of the hides and pieces available often play into the design of our products...
Thanks to our friends, partners and fans, we made a substantial impact in 2017. Making and upcycling products from excess materials, we conserved natural resources and offset our impact on the environment.
We had a great time working with Blazers TV Analyst Lamar Hurd. Check out the video featuring custom upcycled apparel we made him for the SHIFT runway for The Right Brain Initiative!
We're pleased to announce the introduction of La Vallée and the Hill, a new collection of wallets for men and women!
Reducing waste when going out to eat can be a challenge. We look at Kelly's Zero Waste Travel Kit for inspiration.
What is the EcoChallenge? To put it simply, it's a competition where we all take small steps toward sustainability, cheer each other on along the way. There are even prizes! Change one habit for Earth.
Upcycled from industry pre-consumer excess materials, our new rolltop pack features a low profile when carrying the essentials but can expand to absorb an amazing amount of stuff.
We’re always up for a good challenge — who isn’t? So, when we were faced with the task to find additional and alternative uses for our upcycled gear, we took the bite. After all, our motto is “Excess Made Useful.”
Where we spend our money matters. Supporting ethical brands that create products sustainably not only helps them succeed, but the more they succeed, the more other businesses will take notice. And if enough of us shop our values, we can enable social change at a high level.
Recently we became of a growing movement called Plastic Free July. A month long challenge, it’s aimed at raising awareness of the problems associated with single-use disposable plastic and challenges us all to reduce our usage